Goodbye, Internet Explorer. You won’t be missed (but you’ll be remembered)

The Next Web LogoThe Next Web1w ago

Goodbye, Internet Explorer. You won’t be missed (but you’ll be remembered)

Quick Summary

After 27 years, Microsoft has finally bid farewell to the web browser Internet Explorer, and will redirect Explorer users to the latest version of its Edge browser.

As of June 15, Microsoft ended support for Explorer on several versions of Windows 10 – meaning no more productivity, reliability, or security updates.

Explorer will remain a working browser, but won’t be protected as new threats emerge.

More Pictures


Article Details

Author / Journalist: The Conversation

Category: Technology

Topics: First Internet Browser Security Microsoft Other Users Chrome Edge Explorer Years

Source Website Secure: Yes (HTTPS)

News Sentiment: Neutral

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

Published On: 2022-06-21, 11:20:24

News Timezone: GMT +1:00

News Source URL:

Language: English

Reading Time: 6 minutes read

Article Length: 1012 words

Coverage Area: Netherlands

Availability: Desktop Web, Mobile Web

News ID: 2017

View Article Analysis

About The Next Web

The Next Web Logo

Main Topics: Technology

Official Website:

Update Frequency: 2 posts per day

Year Established: 2006

Headquarters: Netherlands

News Last Updated: 1d ago

Coverage Areas: Netherlands

Ownership: Independent Company

Publication Timezone: GMT +1:00

News Language: English

RSS Feed: Available (XML)

Website Security: Secure (HTTPS)

Publisher ID: #13

Publisher Details

BEAMSTART brings you the latest news, jobs, and events from all around the world on startups, technology, and business. Stay updated with industry news, plug-in to exciting events, and discover incredible career opportunities with the world's most innovative companies.

© Copyright 2022 BEAMSTART. All Rights Reserved.